Chiefs vs Bears Live
Chiefs vs Bears Three of the 16 contests will be broadcast on Saturday. Along with games on Sunday and Monday night, this makes for five games alone in the national spotlight.
Here, you’ll find the full Week 16 schedule, along with live-stream and broadcast information. You’ll also find a look at some of the top storylines of the week. First, though, let’s check out the coverage map for Sunday’s games.
More realistically, the Bills have an opportunity to knock New England out of the No. 2 spot in the conference. If the Kansas City Chiefs win out and both they and the Patriots finish 12-4, the Chiefs will get the first-round by virtue of their head-to-head win.
While the Patriots are clinging onto a first-round bye, they’re all but out of the race for the AFC’s No. 1 seed. The Baltimore Ravens own it due to a one-game lead and a head-to-head win over the Patriots. All Baltimore needs to do to clinch the top spot is to beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
While nothing is inevitable in the NFL, it would be perhaps the surprise of the season to see the Ravens lose to the Browns at this point. Baltimore is rolling—and hasn’t lost since the last time these two rivals met—while Cleveland appears to be in complete collapse.
The NFL doesn’t have divisional title games—though that might not be the worst idea if the league really does want to expand the season and the playoffs. Every so often, though, we get what basically amounts to one late in the season.
With the college football regular season in the books, the NFL is taking over the entire weekend in Week 16, with a Saturday triple-header before Sunday’s slate of games.
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The caliber of the opposition means a number of questions over the Patriots remain unanswered, but the win also takes some of the heat off New England after back-to-back losses against Houston and Kansas City.
Buffalo secured a return to the playoffs for the first time since 2017 with a 17-10 win in Pittsburgh on Sunday Night Football, improving to 10-4 and reaching double-digit wins for the first time since 1999. With no Thursday Night Football games left this season, the Bills’ trip to New England is one of three games scheduled for Saturday.
The other two matchups feature the Houston Texans traveling to Tampa Bay, while the San Francisco 49ers host the Los Angeles Rams. After defeating the Tennessee Titans 24-21 on the road in Week 15, Houston can clinch the AFC South for the fourth time in five years and secure a playoff spot with a win over the Buccaneers.
Green Bay clinched a playoff spot with a 21-13 win over the Bears and could win the division if they defeat the Vikings on Monday Night Football. The Bears, meanwhile, host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, with the latter still in the hunt for a top-two seed in the AFC.
Meanwhile, the race for the final wildcard spot in the AFC sees Pittsburgh face the New York Jets on the road, while Tennessee hosts New Orleans. Both the Steelers and the Titans are 8-6 after losing in Week 15, but Pittsburgh holds the tiebreaker by virtue of a better conference record.